As Bristol Bay’s commercial fishermen are pulling their nets for the final time at the close of another historic sockeye salmon season, on behalf of its over 1,800 drift permit holders, the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association (BBRSDA) commends the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) proposed Clean Water Act 404(c) determination, which if finalized, will restrict mining developments in Bristol Bay that would have “unacceptable adverse impacts” to the watershed and health of the fishery.
We’ve updated our 2014 Fishing Schedule, please CLICK HERE to view. Please reserve your trip dates by either sending us an email, calling (650) 637-0260, or using our contact form. 50% of the total trip cost is due upfront to reserve your dates. The other 50% is due by May 1st 2013. Booking a trip […]
Bristol Bay Adventures will be at the Great Alaska Sportsman Show from March 27th – March 30th. Come and see us! The Great Alaska Sportsman Show is one of America’s most unusual gatherings of men and women who love the great outdoors and the Alaska vendors, exhibitors and experts who seek to equip and prepare […]
You can purchase your 2014 licenses & tags online through the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, as well as through one of 1100 license vendors throughout Alaska. When you buy a license, tag, or permit, the money you spend directly supports ADF&G’s management and research of Alaska’s fish and wildlife resources. Together, we can […]
Saturday June 26th, 2010 – Big Fish Hit the Nush! A nice push of quality Kings has started up the Nushagak. The cooler weather accompanied with variable winds and light rain enabled our clients’ catch of 25 Kings today, including three fish in the 30 lb range. Hopes of catching even larger Kings tomorrow are as high as the tide!
Saturday June 26th, 2010 – The Game Continue’s.. 2nd Quarter.. The day started with Marco’s watch being reset to an earlier time by several hours. However, those that thought this would keep a good man down had something to learn about the early bird catching the worm. Guess who has the big fish? Yup, Marco …
June 24th, 2010 – Let the Games Begin! This week’s clients scored with a change in the weather and the first kickoff of Kings. Joe Andruzzi and buddy Cade Morgan, 11, show off their Nushagak fair catches with pride. 10 extremely competitive fishermen all caught fish, from healthy Chums to sizeable Kings. The latest stats …
ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME DIVISION OF COMMERCIAL FISHERIES
Nushagak River 2008 Chinook Salmon Forecast and Harvest Projection:
A total of 160,000 Chinook salmon are forecast to return to the Nushagak River in 2008.
Kings are swimming in for the coming season…book to catch them 2008!
Preperations begin for our 2004 guests!